The Zaky / NICU Staff

The Zaky is the only device that single-handedly properly supports any position (sidelying, prone, supine) while providing a family-centered environment.

The Zakys may be used in any number of ways to position and comfort, calm, console and reassure the neonate:

Videos

Videos
Yamile and Zachary are invited to Fox and Friends in New York City
Fox and Friends invited Yamile and Zachary to talk about The Zaky and how we help kids in distress
November 17, 2014 - Elisabeth Hasselbeck talked to Yamile
and Zachary on Fox and Friends Show in New York City.
Oprah, Amy Purdy, and Toyota recognize the work we do on behalf of Zachary
Oprah and Amy Purdy presented Toyota's Standing O-Vation Award to Yamile and Zachary Jackson
October 18, 2014 - We thank Amy Purdy, Toyota, and Oprah's The Life You Want Weekend for the Standing O-Vation Award and the $25,000 grant to continue Nurtured by Design's mission to make this world a gentler place by helping parents nurture their children (especially tho e that are sick or in distress), all on behalf of Zachary. "The Standing O-Vation Award recognizes extraordinary people who are making positive changes in their communities and beyond by inspiring others to do the same".
Yamile named one of the top 20 Latino Innovators of the Year - NBC Latino The Today Show
Jenna Bush from the TODAY SHOW of NBC presents the inspiration and story of how our company started.
Rachael Ray tests The Zaky

Rachael RayThe Rachael Ray Show has featured The Zaky in two episodes. This is "the Human Lab" where they used The Zaky to solve sleep deprivation of an 8 month old baby.


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Donna, an experienced NICU Nurse
from Iowa explains how she uses
The Zaky to provide developmental care,
prevent flat-head shaping,
and describes how it helps parents.
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Barbara Weaver, one of the Principal Investigators presents the research about The Zaky.
The ground breaking results include significant
improvement in self-regulation and the
significant decrease of apnea/bradycardia
in preemies 24-38 week gestation. More